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Tatlin

  • Object:

    Hat

  • Place of origin:

    Great Britain (designed)

  • Date:

    1982 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Jones, Stephen, born 1957 (milliner)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Plush velvet with silk satin and feathers

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Bouke de Vries

  • Museum number:

    T.222-1989

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Perfect for a party, this extraordinary swirl of a hat was featured on the cover of Tatler magazine’s Christmas 1982 issue. A firmly wired frame ensures that the tilted twist retains its shape. Stephen Jones is the consummate milliner: an inventor with thorough technical expertise. Jones studied at Central Saint Martins School of Art and trained in millinery part-time with Shirley Hex of Lachasse. He opened his Covent Garden shop in 1980.

Physical description

Hat of green hatter's plush velvet and yellow silk satin twist with coq feathers.

Place of Origin

Great Britain (designed)

Date

1982 (made)

Artist/maker

Jones, Stephen, born 1957 (milliner)

Materials and Techniques

Plush velvet with silk satin and feathers

Object history note

Registered File number 1989/501

Descriptive line

Hat 'Tatlin' of plush velvet and silk satin twist with feathers, designed by Stephen Jones, Great Britain, 1982

Labels and date

Perfect for a party, this extraordinary swirl of a hat was featured on the cover of Tatler magazine, Christmas 1982. A firmly wired frame ensures that the tilted twist retains its shape. Stephen Jones is the consummate milliner: an inventor with thorough technical expertise. [1997]
LADY'S HAT
Designed by Stephen Jones (British)
Velour and satin with feathers
1982

This dazzling hat appeared on the cover of Tatler magazine. Sculpted in spiralling, luminous fabrics and delicate featherwork, it perches gracefully on the head, like the plumage of an exotic bird.

A graduate of St Martin's School of Art, Stephen Jones is one of the most outrageous and daring of Britain's young milliners. His clientele now ranges from the Princess of Wales to Grace Jones and he also creates hats for several leading designers, including Benny Ong, Zandra Rhodes, Steven Linard, Jean Paul Gaultier and Thierry Mugler.

Given by Bouke de Vries
T.222-1989 [1990]

Materials

Feathers; Silk (textile)

Techniques

Plush; Satin weave

Categories

Fashion; Hats & headwear; Textiles

Production Type

Haute couture

Collection

Textiles and Fashion Collection

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